Second Lockdown Update

Age Exchange will be reopening on Wednesday 2 December under the new tier 2 restrictions. We will be delighted to see you and hope you will come in and have a coffee or buy some of our lovely Christmas gifts and Christmas cards. Please remember to follow the rules about who you can mix with and wear a mask. We know this year has been hard for everyone but we still want to keep people safe and will be doing everything to ensure that we are operating in a Covid secure way.

The café will be open 9am to 4pm.

Tickets for our Friends of Age Exchange Christmas Raffle will be on sale in the café.

Christmas cards are now available in our shop

Show your support for Age Exchange during the lockdown by visiting our online shop and buying Christmas cards, facemasks, activity boxes, resource cards, singing & movement DVDs and more.

Don't forget your discount code for buying our cards.

Free delivery for those in SE3. Enter code XLOCAL at checkout.

Buy Christmas cards from our online shop

Our Virtual Day Care Service will continue to provide support to 150 people living with dementia and their carers throughout this second lockdown, with activity boxes, singing & movement DVDs, weekly befriending phone calls and information signposting for those who need it.

Please donate now to help us to continue to show people living with dementia and their carers that they are not alone during these continued challenging times.

Thank you 💜

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Reminiscence Arts

What is Reminiscence Arts? Reminiscence Arts is Age Exchange’s unique approach to working creatively. It is the creative exploration of memories.

Age Exchange provides a home for a variety of community activities, groups and classes enabling people to make friends and learn new skills.

We also offer spaces for hire


The Exchange

The Exchange is an inspirational space in the centre of Blackheath with a café, a community library and a whole range of services. Plan your visit


Care and support

We offer a broad programme of training and support services for people and their carers living with dementia together with regular training and support for Reminiscence Arts Practitioners and community workers.

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